Voices of Innovation: Susan Hockfield & the technology story of the 21st century


While the story of the past 50 years has been of the digital revolution, innovations in the 21st Century will be defined by the convergence of biology and engineering, according to Susan Hockfield, President Emerita of Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In a CERAWeek Conversation with author and Tulane University professor of history Walter Isaacson, Hockfield explores how the nexus of biology and engineering and innovations modeled after the genius of nature can lead to advances in life sciences, energy, and the human condition.

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